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Jerry Seinfeld Releases Teaser to New Show

'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' is the funnyman's new web series, debuting this month on Crackle.com.

By: Sarah Bauder

Published: July 5th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Jerry Seinfeld Releases Teaser to New Show
After much speculation, and cryptic tweets, funnyman Jerry Seinfeld has released a teaser to his new web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The 60-second clip, features Seinfeld driving a collection of shiny automobiles, with such fellow comedian compadres as Seinfeld colleagues Larry David and Michael Richards, Alec Baldwin, and Ricky Gervais. In the promo, tooling about in cars features more prominently than the coffee component, but there are a couple good chuckle moments betwixt Seinfeld and his driving companions.

Over the past few months, he has been clandestine regarding the project, save for the aforesaid cryptic tweets.

On March 9th, for instance, Seinfeld tweeted, “"Working on my New Thing. Shooting in Manhattan with the Great @alecbaldwin," in addition to a photo of the pair wandering around New York.

On April 17th, he tweeted “New Seiny Gig Update: Always lovable Ricky Gervais and myself shooting today in City Island, NY," along with a photo of the two comedians in a baby blue sports car.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee debuts July 19th on www.crackle.com. Below is the minute long teaser.



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